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Andrew Schultz reviews The Tale of the Cursed Eagle: "About what SpeedIF should be" November 22, 2014
"A year after EctoComp 2013, I found myself coming back to this game. It's a very good example of SpeedIF. While there's a lot that isn't..." - See full review
A new Recommended List by Sobol, Games I finished without hints November 21, 2014
A bragging list as well as a recommendation list: some puzzle-y games which I both liked and didn't find too hard.
News on Slasher Swamp: Map and walkthrough added November 21, 2014
What the headline says. The map details where to go, when, as well as the swamp-forest maze. The meadow maze is probably as neat as it's going to be. Dropbox links right now. I'm not sure if I can/should... - Details
BlitzWithGuns reviews Coming Out Simulator 2014: "A very unique CYOA" November 21, 2014
"Well, I have to admit, I never thought CYOA games can be this good. I usually looked down on them, thinking parser commanded games were..." - See full review
Wade Clarke reviews Milk Party Palace: "A somewhat arduous party." November 21, 2014
"Milk Party Palace is a brief CYOA comedy in which you play a slack hotel employee who needs to round up six gallons of milk to appease..." - See full review
Wade Clarke reviews Sigmund's Quest: "Cute graphics in this game sample, but I'm not interested in seeing more of it." November 21, 2014
"Sigmund's Quest is the visually colourful point-and-click introduction to an incomplete CYOA style adventure based on a tale from Norse..." - See full review
Gartin Manor, by Greg Gioia
Valley of the Minotaur, by Nicolas van Dyk
"Valley of the Minotaur" is an EXTREMELY obscure (effectively non-existent, I fear) 1983 IF game developed exclusively for the Apple...
Retarded Creatures and Caverns, by John Wilson
Life in the SHYRE had its advantages: it was relatively peaceful and for most of the time quite uneventful; but occasionally something...